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David Williams

Director, Center For Visual Science
Arts, Sciences, and Engineering

Department of Brain And Cognitive Sciences

Areas of expertise: vision and eyes

Press contact:
Leonor Sierra
lsierra@ur.rochester.edu
585.276.6264

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Biography
David Williams uses wavefront sensing and adaptive optics to explore the optical quality of the eye and the organization of the human retina. He is the world's leading authority in using adaptive optics to image living human retina cells.